Training on Integrity and anti-corruption

Training on Integrity and anti-corruption
March 7 - March 18, 2016

The training programme aims to increase understanding of the international  anti-corruption framework and related integrity policies. The role of various actors and international instruments in eliminating corruption and promoting the rule of law will be examined and corruption’s relation to international development and human security will be discussed. Moreover, the course also provides insight in roles and responsibilities of different actors in promoting integrity in organisations. The seven building blocks of integrity will be discussed, as well as coherence of integrity policies with the overall financial and HR-policy.

The training is designed to broaden your understanding of the complexities of corruption, its root causes, and impact on society. In addition, knowledge and skills to develop a sustainable policy for the promotion of integrity will be enhanced. Special attention will be paid to obstacles and dilemma´s in the implementation process and how to overcome them. During the course we will visit amongst others the Ministry of Interior, the Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Municipality of Amsterdam.
The participants of this course are working for different organisations in different countries. There will be plenty of opportunity to exchange ideas and learn from each other’s experiences and enrich your network.

Learning objectives

This course will help you to:
  • Examine the cross-cutting nature of corruption and the social impact surrounding it;
  • Have insight in the importance of integrity for well-functioning, transparent (government) institutions and for economic growth;
  • Be able to deal with challenges related to anti-corruption and integrity policies;
  • Identify instruments for increasing transparency and accountability;
  • Better understanding of the implementation of the international framework of anti-corruption conventions, protocols and best practices;
  •  Know how the Dutch policy for integrity of civil servants is shaped and organised.
After successful completion of the course you will receive a certificate of The Hague Academy for Local Governance.

This training is interesting for

Professionals working for municipal, provincial or national government, for a donor organisation or NGO and who are involved in anti-corruption , transparency and accountability processes in relation to development and governance.

The experts

To increase your understanding of the underlying principles and mechanisms of corruption and promoting transparency and accountability processes, experts will share with you their thoughts and experiences. Contributions come amongst others from Ronald MacLean-Abaroa, former mayor of La Paz Bolivia and World Bank expert and representatives of the Dutch National Police, National Integrity Office (BIOS) and the Court of Audit.

(for application for a Nuffic fellowship, please use the fellowship application form, click here)

Nuffic Fellowships:The Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education (NUFFIC) offers the opportunity to apply for a fellowship for this training course, as part of the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) for short courses and the MENA Scholarship Programme (MSP).

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